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Leave top brass with good impressions

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You have a rare opportunity to give a presentation to senior managers and you want them to remember you. Here’s how:

1. Admit lessons learned. Build credibility and show you’re able to grow from experience by using phrases such as, “This research has shattered some of my most basic assumptions.”

2. Cite inspiration from above. Quote your CEO or another senior exec who said something that motivated or guided you. Tell how this comment helped you manage effectively.

3. Close by sharing credit. Thank your employees for their hard work. Use phrases such as “My team burned the midnight oil for six weeks straight.” The unspoken but clear message: You were there, too.

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